Denmark’s centre-right prime minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen has called for parliamentary elections on 5 June 5, 12 days before Rasmussen’s term is due to expire on the 17th.
Rasmussen is campaigning for his reelection on a platform of continuity by underscoring his record on climate change and the migration crisis.
The centre-left opposition alliance is leading the latest average of polls with 54.8%, as support for the nationalist and anti-immigration Danish People’s Party is waning from 21% in...


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